This question often arises because instructors feel it would be helpful to maintain a list of student usernames and passwords in case their students forget their login details. We cannot recommend against this practice strongly enough.
Student data security and privacy is of utmost importance and should be respected by all. If you create any standardization process or maintain a list of student passwords and usernames, you are putting your students' data at risk of accidental or malicious breaches.
Please allow all students to manage their own username and password creation for the security of their data. Take the opportunity to train them in protecting their personal data. This will serve them well beyond high school.
Students can always retrieve their own username and password by requesting a password reset in EdReady. This will result in an email being sent to the email address on file for their account, and the email will contain their username and password. This ensures that they can always get back into their account without anyone keeping a list.
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